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. >>> face-to-face, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky to hear his accusers today in court. >>> and shutdown, anti-wall street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash with police. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, december 13th, 2011. >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. >>> we begin with breaking news, the deadly crash of two army helicopters in washington state. the two helicopters, based at ft. lewis mccord near olympia went down during a training mission last night. >> we're sad to report tonight that four army aviators were killed in an innocent with two army helicopters. >> two other service members were injured. the helicopters crashed in a remote training area south of olympia. the cause of the crash is not known. the army is investigating. >>> now the latest on the penn state sex abuse scandal and former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. it's reported he continued coaching at a small pennsylvania college last year, even though he ha
>>> behind bars. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is back in jail after new and disturbing accusations. >>> winter blast. a preseason storm socks the northeast and new england. some areas will get up to a foot of snow. >>> and getting personal. mitt romney takes off the gloves and goes after newt gingrich. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, december 8th, 2011. >>> this is the "cbs morning >>> news" for thursday, ning december 8th, 2011. goopgood morning, thanks fog us. iti'r i'm randall pinkton. jerry sandusky remains behind bars this morning follow new child sexual abuse charges. his gail set at $225,000. the latest charges based on the testimony of two new alleged victims. >> 67-year-old jerry sandusky was led away from his home wearing handcuffs wearing a penn state track suit and slapped with 12 new charges on wednesday from two new accusers. >> if this is the way the case is going to be handled by the other side, then we can do things to kind of make it miserable too. >> reporter: sandusky was first charged on november 5th. he has ackno
, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. jerry sandusky, the former penn state football coach, accused of child sexual abuse, made a surprise legal move today. it was his first court appearance in pennsylvania. apparently, the prosecution did know about it. manuel gallegus joins us live now from pennsylvania to tell us exactly what happened. he has the very latest. >> reporter: well, it was a quick court appearance for former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. for his accusers, some frustration but also a lot of relief that they did not have to tell their stories in public today. jerry sandusky walked out of court after waiving his preliminary hearing vowing to stay the course and prove his innocence. >> we're fighting it. we would like the property to present our side. >> reporter: his lawyer says this is a fight to the death and there will be no plea negotiations. >> we are not in any way conceding guilt. in fact, jerry is more adamant than ever in his innocence and in expressing his innocence at trial. >> reporter: 10 men accuse him of sexually abusing them when they were boys. sever
. that's what killed her. >> jerry sandusky's accusers were about to make their sex abuse allegations in court when his lawyers stopped the hearing. armen keteyian is at the courthouse. john blackstone on what could be the future of space travel. a spacecraft that doesn't need a launch pad. and the jewels of elizabeth taylor on sale for the holidays. michelle miller reports $50 million will buy hollywood's gilded age. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, it's a you have to proposal-- no phones for drivers period. even hands free. a national ban on calls and texting while driving. the ban was recommended today by the n.t.s.b.-- the national transportation safety board which called phones a deadly distraction. we wondered how deadly and our research department found this: government records show that distracted driving caused 900,000 crashes on america's roads alone, injuring 417,000 people and killing 3,092. but elaine quijano tells us it was just one deadly crash that really got the attention of the safety board. >> rep
in the jerry sandusky sex abuse case. unanimous werner reports the latest. rare photos of women on china's death row. celia hatton shows us how they shed new light on beijing's approach to execution. and basketball brawl. bow cynthia bowers has the blow-by-blow of a rivalry that got way out of hand. >> this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. captioning sponsored by cbs russ mitchell is off tonight. the 12th republican presidential debate last night was also the next-to-last debate before the first votes are cast in the iowa caucus, which is 23 days out. dean reynolds in des moines has more on the high-stakes free-for-all. >> as the latest king of the republican hill, newt gingrich came under attack, but mitt romney took a lot of punch, including some of the self-inflicted variety, for example, when he challenged the truth of an attack by rick perry, romney offered to put money on the table. >> rick, i'll tell you what, $10,000, $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business. >> critics scoffed that it was a sign of romney's wealth and elitism, noting that few iowans could pon
andrews on what's behind the decision. anna werner reports fired penn state coach jerry sandusky has been arrested again on 12 new charges. inside syria-- charissa ward takes us to an underground hospital where rebels, wounded by assad's army, are treated in secret. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. no white house has ever overruled a safety recommendation we the food and drug administration but it happened today. the question was whether the morning after pill, an emergency contraceptive, should be available over the counter to girls 16 and under. today, the f.d.a. was ready to say yes but the president's secretary of health and human services said no. wyatt andrews has our story. >> reporter: for five years, plan b, the emergency contraception drug, has only been sold without a prescription to women 17 and older. the issue is should that be changed? and the drug made available with no prescription to younger girls. when the f.d.a. looked at safety studies, it said yes. but it was directly overruled by kathleen sebelius
on the killing of a police officer, a father of five. >>> jerry sandusky's wife says the accusations against her husband are false, as he leaves jail and she comes under scrutiny for what she knew and when. we will hear more from dottie sandusky's first public statement in the case. >>> mitt romney heads to iowa as a new campaign ad targets newt gingrich's marital failures. we will tell you why romney is cuddly pushing harder to win over iowa republicans. >>> tim tebow, winning quarterback and a praying one but he is not the first and only athlete to bring faith to the field. we will talk about religion and the gridiron "early" this friday morning, december 9th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. i'm erica hill. happy friday. >> happy friday erica and everybody. i'm jeff glor. chris wragge is off this morning. welcome back from d.c. >> thanks. nice to be back. boy, what a day yesterday. so many people on edge as we were watching the events unfold at virginia tech. we want to begin with the latest this morning from virginia tech which is of course an ugly
>>> good morning. jerry sandusky goes to court with at least five men who will testify today that the former penn state defensive coordinator sexually abused them. we will have a live report from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extent the payroll tax cut, but now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that would do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> with the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll have former vice president dick cheney if he thinks the u.s. won the war and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strong man vladimir putin in next year's election. we'll hear what makhali prokohrav told "60 minutes" on this tuesday, december 13th. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i believe it is. you said december 13th and i realized we're only 12 days from christmas. >> the countdown is on baby. good morning. >> lots to get to this morning. we begin with morning with the swrarry sa
of name calling after jerry sandusky left court. his lawyer indicated the alleged victims made up his stories and one of the accuser called sandusky a coward. >> cbs news correspondent armen keteyian is in bellefonte, pennsylvania, with more on that five-minute hearing. >> reporter: a much, much, much quieter day than it was here yesterday morning a day in which jerry sandusky waived his right was about to face his accusers in court. now it appears we are headed to trial. in a day filled with high drama, two law enforcement sources told cbs news the prosecution is not entertaining a plea bargain in the case. a hard line stance, more than matched by sandusky attorney joe amendola. >> be no negotiations. this is a fight to the dem. this is to fight a jerry sandusky's life. >> reporter: sandusky had entered the center county courthouse under heavy security holding his wife dottie's hand but he didn't stay long. as he walked out of court after the ten-minute hearing he used a football reference to profess his innocence. >> stay the course and fight for fourth quarters. we will wait the op
to the penn state scandal. a lot of name calling after the suspect jerry sandusky left court. the alleged victims made up their stories. one of his accusers called sandusky a coward. >> ramen keteyian has more on that five-minute court hearing. good morning. >> good morning, rebecca. a much, much quieter day than it was yesterday morning. a day in which jerry sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing just as he was about to face his accusers in court. now it appears we are headed to trial. in a day filled with high drama, two law enforcement sources told cbs news the prosecution is not entertaining a plea bargain in the case. a hardline stance more than matched by sandusky attorney joe amendola. >> there will be no negotiations. this is the fight of jerry s sandusky's life. >> reporter: he had entered the courthouse under heavy security holding his wife, dottie's hand. as he walked out of court after the ten-minute hearing he used a football reference to profess his innocence. >> fight for four carters. we'll make the opportunity to present our side. >> reporter: sources say as m
. now his past used by conservative critics. >>> more disturbing allegations against jerry sandusky. another man saying he abused him and gave him alcohol as a boy. >>> i have been excused of being a tramt traitor to both sides. >>> a woman goes from wall street protester to wall street professional on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> all right. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, december 7th. ali is off today. i'm christine romans along with carol costello on this "american morning." welcome, everyone. >> welcome and good morning. up first this morning, newt gingrich threatening to run away with the republican race. his bid for the gop nomination going gang busters. it's beginning to look like a gingrich juggernaut. look at the latest gallup poll. among republican voters nationwide, 37% now say gingrich is their choice. he leads mitt romney by a whopping 15 points. cnn's deputy political director paul steinhauser joins us live from washington this morning. who could have predicted this? >> boy, one crazy ride. we've seen candidates go up and d
jerry sandusky. he told the court there is no question he saw sandusky abusing a young boy. manuel gallegus has the latest from the pennsylvania courthouse. >> reporter: mike mcqueary arrived at the courthouse to deliver damning testimony in the penn state sex scandal. the assistant coach told the court he saw jerry sandusky in what he called severely sexual acts in a campus shower. mcqueary said the boy was up against the wall facing the wall. his hands shoulder height on the wall and jerry was directly behind him in a very, very, very close position. jerry's hands wrapped around his waist or midsection. mcqueary testified that he didn't realize at first what he was seeing that it did feel shocking but he didn't stop it. the next day mike mcqueary says he told head coach joe paterno about the incident and made it clear what he saw was extremely sexual but he did not use the term sodomy or intercourse. he says out of respect for the coach. paterno slumped back in his chair telling mcqueary, sorry you had to see that. and that you've done the right thing. i know it's tough. mcqueary
, former assistant football coach jerry sandusky said today he never molested young boys. he said prosecutors have twisted and distorted his work with children. elaine quijano has the latest. >> reporter: for the it could same since he was chargelast month, jerry sandusky denied sexually abusing any children. in a "new york times" interview, he said, "these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i never engaged in sexual acts with these young kids." the 67-year-old also says he never discussed any accusations of misconduct with former penn state football coach joe paterno. "i don't know that he didn't know. i know that he never said anything do me. i know that." investigators say sandusky used his charity for underprivileged kids, the second mile, to prey on his victims. he does not deny showering and sleeping alone with kids in hotel rooms but says the interactions were innocent. "the environment was family like. all the times were precious times. it was important times, and so i guess it just happened that way. i don't know." sandusky also tried to explain this respons
walked in on a naked penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky and a young boy in a football locker room. details he says that he reported to school athletic officials and coach joe paterno. the lurid testimony came from monystant coach mike mcqueary at rohearing in a packed pennsylvania courtroom. anr investigative correspondent armen keteyian has the story. >> reporter: in a clear, commanding voice, mcqueary said he entered a small football facility locker room on a friday night in march, 2002, to hear rhythmic slapping sounds coming eaom a nearby shower. glancing in a bathroom mirror near his locker he told a packed court he saw jerry standing behind a boy he believed to be ten to 12 years old. turning to get a better look, mcqueary testified seeing jerry molesting the boy, having some kind of intercourse with him. at that point mcqueary said he slammed his locker shut to announce his presence and stepped within six feet of the shower. he continued that the two were four to five feet apart. they turned so their bodies were totally looking at me. they looked directly at my eyes. mcquea
situation where kids were playing in a pool with jerry sandusky, was later separated from that group and taken on a tour by jerry sandusky of the football building. now, a lot of other incidents have happened at that football building, but all of them have been alleged to have happened in a shower. this man is saying that he was taken to an office. he was given whiskey and he talked to sandusky about his life and how he ended up at the second mile and then he was assaulted before jerry sandusky took him back to the dorms. >> we know jerry sandusky has a number of charges against him already. with these new claims about sandusky, will additional charges be pressed against him, sara? >> don, that's hard to say. you know, there have been, by my account, five people have come forward since the initial charges were filed and made public allegations against jerry sandusky. they are, the majority of them, as far as we know, have also talked to the attorney general's office and given statements to police. however, it's hard to know if they are, if they are actually going to lead to charges.
>>> good morning. a penn state sexual abuse suspect jerry sandusky arrested without warning after two more men accuse him of molesting him as children. we will hear the new charges and reaction. >>> congress questions former governor and senator jon corzine over his failed wall street firm and 1.2 billion in investigators money is missing and we will go to to the hearing and see if corzine is answering questions. >>> plan b is safe to sell over the counter so why are they refusing to let them buy it without a prescription? >>> an underground mine that became a government security center and now protects some of the most iconic photographs "early" this thursday morning, december 8th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good thursday morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. chris wragge is off this morning. and miss erica hill is in washington, d.c. this morning. erica, good morning. >> jeff, good morning to you here from washington. we will have a closer look at the race as it it's shaping up for 2012. also the increasingly important impact of so-called super packs
>>> good morning. penn state sex abuse suspect jerry sandusky gives up his right to a pretrial hearing meaning some accusers will not testify against him as intended. the latest from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extend the payroll tax cut and now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that will do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll ask dick cheney about that withdrawal and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. what prokorov said. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. >> it is a nice sunrise. >> booueautiful sunrise. >>> jerry sandusky told the judge he didn't want to go ahead with today's pretrial hearing. >> the unexpected decision means sandusky will go on trial to face 52 charges of abuse involving ten boys and chief investig
abuse scandal. according to his lawyer a 19-year-old man claims coach jerry sandusky gave him whit key and molested him in the penn state athletic building when he was 12. next week, some plan to testify against him at a pretrial hearing. joining us from state college is jerry sandusky's lawyer joe amendola. have you spoken with your client about the latest claims? >> yes. we don't know about them at the present time. jerry denies those allegations as he has the original allegations but we hope to get more information as we proceed. >> so you're saying he is denying these along with the original ones. a lot of the alleged victims here have said and him speaking to you out to "the new york times" and bob costas, they feel re-victimized. do you believe the allegations most of the people have made are totally false? >> yes. as a matter of fact, jerry has maintained his innocence from the initial allegation back in 2008 which started off as an allegation of fondling and grew over several months into much more serious sexual activities. jerry has always denied any appropriate sexual contact
boat on the delaware river. the tug boat's mate was on his cell phone and his computer. jerry sandusky vowed today that he will fight charges that he sexually abused ten young boys while he was an assistant coach at penn state. there was supposed to be a pretrial hearing today with sandusky facing his accusers, but it ended before it began, leaving the lawyers to make their arguments on the courthouse steps. armen keteyian is in bellefonte, pennsylvania tonight. armen? >> reporter: good evening, scott. today was the first time we expected to hear from several alleged victims in the case, emotional testimony due to last all day. instead, we got a very different kind of drama. within minutes of judge robert scott calling the court to order, sandusky's attorney waived his clients' right to the hearing, triggering audible gasps inside a packed courtroom. the 67-year-old sandusky entered the county courthouse under heavy guard. he'll now be formally arraigned on january 11 where he is expected to plead not guilty to 52 counts related to child sex abuse involving ten boys over a span of 15 y
by penn state following allegations of sexual abuse involving one of his former assistants jerry sandusky. a key prosecution witness in the case is expected to testify tomorrow. anna werner reports. >> reporter: former penn state assistant coach mike mcqueary is among those expected to testify tuesday. mcqueary told a grand jury that in 2002, he saw jerry sandusky in a locker room shower on the penn state campus sexually assaulting a young boy. >> mr. sandusky, any comments? >> reporter: according to the grand jury report, he saw a boy he estimated to be 10 years old with his hands up against the wall being raped by a naked sandusky. but a local newspaper report raised new questions about whether mcqueary may have told a different story back then. "the harrisburg patriot news" quoting a source says after the incident, mcqueary went to his father's home where a family friend, dr. jonathan dranov, was also present. the newspaper said dranov reportedly said at the time mcqueary heard sex sounds and saw a young boy stick his head around the corner and an adult arm reach around and pull the bo
. the accused former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky remains free on bail this morning after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing. as many as eight of sandusky's alleged victims were ready to testify in court yesterday. sandusky faces 52 counts related to alleged child sexual abuse involving ten boys. sandusky insists he will prove his innocence. >> stay the course, fight for fourth quarters. we will wait the opportunity to present our side. >> prosecutors say 11 witnesses, including most of the alleged victims, were ready to testify at that hearing. a lawyer for one of them called sandusky a coward for not facing his accusers, but there was also a sense of relief. >> every time he has to tell it in preparation and otherwise, it relives those -- those ghastly moments for him and now he doesn't have to do that. >> meanwhile, sandusky's attorney is in some hot water for comments he made after the hearing was called off. joseph amendola said that if anyone thinks penn state officials knew about sandusky's alleged behavior and failed to act, they should think again. >> thei
scandal. jerry sandusky preparing to head to court. and now word that an important eyewitness may have changed his story. >>> also, supreme court justice steven breyer is here in studio discussing his book and our democracy. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. alka-seltzer plus liquis fights your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your stuffy nose. [ deep breath ] thank you! that's the cold truth! have asked yours truly to teach you about treating frequent heartburn. 'cause i know a thing or two about eatin'. if you're one of those folks who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... well that's like checking on your burgers after they're burnt! [ male announcer ] treat your frequent heartburn by blocking the acid with prilosec otc. and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill a day. 24 hours. zero heartburn. block the acid with prilosec otc, and don't get heartburn in the first place. available at walmart. - this is for cindy. i wanted to get her something special this year. - you went to kay. she'll love
coach jerry sandusky sat down with a "the new york times" reporter jo becker and discussed the charges that he sexually abused children. >> the allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: sandusky said there was chaos in the house where he often hosted children from his charity called second mile. he discusses two separate investigations. one 1989 allegation of an incident in which sandusky was said to have hugged a young man in a shower. >> i always -- >> by an officer? >> by the two. by one person of children. >> and an officer and that was it? >> right after that, we got an unfounded report. >> reporter: the investigation sandusky says only took a couple of days and university officials, including head coach joe paterno, never confronted him. >> i don't know that he didn't know. i know that he didn't never said anything to me. >> reporter: in 2002, an assistant coach reported seeing sandusky sodomizing a youngster in a shower. sandusky says he spoke to penn state collect director tim curly. >> i told him it didn't happen. in my mind, there wasn't inap
, penn state sex abuse jerry sandusky zarate has new charging pending against him. >> senator jon corzine over his failed wall street firm and $1.2 billion in investors' money that is missing. we'll preview today's hearing and see if he'll answer the committee's questions. >> fda scientists say the morning after plan b contraceptive is safe to sell over the counter so why are they refusing to let girls 16 and under to buy it. >> we'll go inside iron mountain. an underground mine that became a government security center and protects some of the most iconic photographs early this thursday morning, december 8th, 2011. >> good thursday morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. chris wragge is off this morning and miss erica hill is in washington, d.c. this morning. erica, good morning. >> jeff, good morning to you. here from washington a closer look at the races that are shaping up for 2012, also the increasingly important impact of so-called super pacs and what we're talking about there is a lot of big money so that's ahead, jeff. >> erica, we'll see you very soon. this morning jerry sandusky is wak
's shower nine years ago. did he do enough to stop the abuse? and what does this mean for jerry sandusky, the man at the center of the scandal? >>> busted. a wide receiver for the nfl chicago bears is accused of trying to start his own drug cartel. and having a list of players he allegedly sold to. how wide does this scandal go? >>> it's a wonderful movie. the jimmy stewart classic "it's a wonderful life" turns 65' we will talk to the two who played jimmy stewart's kids and what it's like to be a part of a wonderful celebration. >>> thanks to the post office, some kids could get a visit from mr. clause himself. how wishes do really come true "early" this saturday morning, december 17th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> saturday in new york city. welcome. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm russ mitchell. rebecca jarvis is up, up, up today! >> up, up, baby. >> what is in that coffee cup? >> it's the holidays, i think. >>> a deal has been reached in washington to extend jobless benefits and social security payroll tax cut but only for two months. nancy cordes will fill us in a bit. >>> we will ta
and solve the debt crisis. we will tell you how the talks could affect the economy. >>> jerry sandusky. >> i'm attracted to young people, boys girls. >> we will hear more from his four-hour interview with "the new york times.." >>> this is the tiger woods we haven't seen in two years. we will see if the dramatic win means the old tiger is back "early" this monday morning, december 5th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> a good monday morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. erica hill and chris wragge are off this morning. an ominous looking sky out there in new york city. coming up on the show, the kennedy center honors. on sunday president obama hosted a white house reception for this year's honorees and singers bosh rah barbara cook and neil diamond and yo-yo ma and sonny rollins and merle streep were all there. we will have much more from last night's celebration coming up later in the program. >> with caroline kennedy there. good stuff. >> maybe we will even sing. >> i don't know about that. >>> we begin with campaign 2012 where the repub
of two grand jury reports and hundreds of new stories. tomorrow, jerry sandusky's accuser are expected to answer questions themselves about their allegations that he molested them. the preliminary hearing will be the public's first chance to hear directly from some of the young men who claim sandusky sexual abused them as children. jerry sandusky will be there to hear their testimony too and as his lawyer joe amendola says. >> he is dreading it. he has to sit in a courtroom with a couple hundred people. i understand it's going to be filled to capacity, including members of his family and friends, who are going to listen to some of these young men say horrific things occurred between them and jerry. >> reporter: and cbs news has learned that a key prosecution witness is also scheduled to testify. mike mcqueary. he is the former penn state assistant coach who told a grand jury that in 2002, he saw jerry sandusky in a locker room shower on the penn state campus sexually assaulting a young boy. according to the grand jury report, he says he saw a boy he estimated to be 10 years old with hi
walked in on a naked assistant coach, jerry sandusky and a young boy in a football locker room. more on the testimony from assistant coach, mike mcquery. >> in a clear commanding voice, mcquery said he entered a small football facility locker room on a friday night in march 2002. to hear rhythmic slapping sounds coming from a nearby shower. glancing in a bathroom mirror, he told a packed court he saw jerry standing behind a boy he believed to be 10 to 12 years old. turning to get a better look, he testified seeing jerry molesting the boy, having some kind of intercourse with him. at that point, mcquery said he slammed his locker shut to announce his presence and stepped within 6 feet of the shower. he continued that the two were four to five feet apart. they turned so their bodies were looking at me. they looked directly at my eyes. mcquery said he left without a word, believing he stopped the incident. the next morning on the advice of his father, he went to see the school's head coach, joe paterno. i told him i saw jerry with a young boy and it was sexual in nature. did you use te
's very difficult for both parties. thank you, anser hassan in oakland. >>> former penn state coach jerry sandusky was arrested on new sexual abuse charges today. two more accusers claim sandusky assaulted them. the victims were both part of his second mile charity for underprivileged children. he was arrested, arraigned today in pennsylvania. the new charges raise the total number of alleged victims now from 8 to 10. >>> and former syracuse university assistant basketball coach accused of sexual abuse will not face charges. prosecutors say the accusations are credible but too much time has passed. two former ball boys for syracuse say bernie fine molested them back in the 1980s. >>> 14 years behind bars, that's the sentence a judge handed down to former illinois governor rod blagojevich today. blagojevich was found guilty of trying to sell the senate seat vacated by president obama. he is the second illinois governor to be sentenced for corruption. >>> bail is half a million dollars for a san jose cheerleading coach accused of child molestation. 23-year-old anthony loza was arrested at
'm betty nguyen in for rebecca jarvis. >> i'm russ mitchell. >>> jerry sandusky's wife could also be charged because she allegedly did not stop him. >>> also in explosive new charges, the president of the amateur union is being charged with abusing two athletes. >>> first, though, we begin with the republican race for the white house. with the clock ticking down on the iowa caucuses, the candidates meet tonight in des moines for another debate. cbs news national correspondent dean reynolds is there with details. good morning, dean. >> reporter: good morning, betty. well, every time the candidates engage each other is important, but now with the caucuses barely three weeks away, tonight's debate could be critical. for the front-runner and everyone else. before he can get much enjoyment out of his position at the head of the republican pact, newt gingrich is drawing fire. >> there is the 37 million dollars gingrich took from health and industry groups. >> reporter: his veneer of inevitability is gone and mitt romney is teaming up with supporters to bring gingrich back to earth. romn
jury he saw sexual abuse being committed by a former football coach jerry sandusky. he told school administrators tim curley and gary schultz about it. they are facing charges of perjury and not reporting the allegations. >>> author christopher hitchens has died after a battle with cancer. hitchence was known for his essays in "vanity fair" magazine and he was a frequent comem t m tator on television as well. and he wrote a good for atheist called "god is not great." christopher hitchens died of pneumonia, a complication of esophageal cancer. he was 62 years old. >>> on the cbs "moneywatch," free shipping. ashley morrison is here with that and so much more. we love the word free, don't we? >> it is a sweet sound. >>> good morning. asian markets were up today on a plan to get the country's finances under control. both tokyo's nikkei and hong kong hang seng gained half a percentage point apiece. >>> on thursday, stocks snapped a three-day slide. the dow was up 45 points, while the nasdaq ticked up almost 2. >>> wall street is bracing for what could be the biggest internet ipo since g
. >>> jerry sandusky's wife says the accusations against her husband are false as he leaves jail and she comes under scrutiny for what she knew and when. we'll hear more from dottie sandusky's first public statement in the case. >>> mitt romney has iowa's new campaign ad and why it points out newt's marital failures. >>> tim tebow, winning quarterback and a praying one but he's note the first or only athlete to bring faith to the field. we'll talk about religion and the gridiron early this friday morning, december 9th, 2011. >>> good morning, i'm erica hill. happy friday. >> happy friday, erica. i'm jeff glor. wrist wragge is off. welcome back from d.c. >> boy, what a day yesterday. so many people on edge as we were watching the events unfold at virginia tech. we want to begin with the latest from virginia tech which was an ugly reminder of the deadliest shooting spree in u.s. history. a man who shot a campus officer to death apparently used the same gun to kill himself. >> thursday's shooting left the campus on lockdown for several hours and elaine quijano is at the virginia tech in blacksbur
. . >>> former penn state coach jerry sandusky charged with child sex abuse could face his accusers this time, facing 52 counts of sexually molesting 10 boys. he claims he didn't do it. a hearing to determine if the case will go to trial is set for tuesday. six witnesses, which could include some of his alleged victims are expected to testify. >>> joe paterno is recovering in a hospital after falling and breaking his pelvis. he won't need surgery is expected to make a full recovery. he is undergoing chemotherapy for a treatable form of lung cancer. paterno was fired from penn state in the wake of the sex abuse scandal. >>> president obama's approval rating is 44%, according to the gallop organization. no president since truman has been reelected when his approval rating was below 48%. tonight on 60 minutes, the president talks about the economy and his reelection campaign. >> did you overpromise, underestimate how difficult this would be? >> i didn't overpromise and i didn't underestimate how tough this was going to be. i always believed this was a long-term project. short-term project. for i
progresses. jerry sandusky is preparing to be in the same room with the men accused -- accusing him of sexual abuse. as anna werner reports, a new report discusses the accuracy. the preliminary hearing will be the public's first chance to hear some of the young men who claim sandusky sexually abused them. and his lawyer, joe amadola says ? >> well, he's dreading it. as you can imagine, he's going to have to sit in a courtroom, with a couple hundred people, i understand it's going to be filled to capacity, including members of his family and friends, who are going to listen to some of these young men say horrific things occurred between them and jerry. >> reporter: and cbs news has learned that a key prosecution witness is also scheduled to testify. mike mcqueary. mcqueary is the former penn state assistant coach, who told a grand jury that in 2002, he saw jerry sandusky in a locker room shower on the penn state campus, sexually assaulting a young boy. according to the grand jury report, he says he saw a boy he estimated to be 10 years old, with his hands up against the wall, being raped by a
at the center of the storm. f former assistant football coach jerry sandusky is speaking out to "the new york times." >> a new study about doctors who own their own equipment. they may be prescribing tests that you really do not need. that's coming up as well. >>> first, this is a pivotal day for herman cain, the republican presidential candidate, is in atlanta. he met with his wife for the first time since allegations of having a 13-year affair surfaced and he is expected to make a major announcement today. correspondent whit johnson is in our washington bureau with the new developments. whit, good morning to you. >> reporter: rebecca, good morning. a decision could come as soon as today on whether or not herman cain will stay in the race. he has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct but left the door open for a possible withdrawal. >> stay informed. because there's a lot of garbage out there on the internet. there's a lot of garbage out there on tv. there's a lot of garbage out there about me! don't you know? >> reporter: at a republican town hall, an early primary state of south caro
and what we are talking about there is big money. >>> jerry sandusky this morning is waking up in jail. he was arrested wednesday after two more men came forward with graphic accounts saying he abused them when they were boys. anna werner has more. >> reporter: jerry sandusky's trip to jail began shortly after 1:00 wednesday afternoon when pennsylvania state police showed up at his home, put him in handcuffs, and escorted sandusky wearing his penn state windbreaker to a waiting car. law enforcement officials tell cbs news sandusky received no advanced notice of the arrest, which outraged his lawyer, joe amendola. >> the question begs to be asked why would the attorney's office decide not to tell me because they knew i was the attorney and why go to his house and take him out in handcuffs. >> reporter: the arrest came as the state attorney general announced new child sexual abuse charges against the former penn state coach, including nine first-degree felonies. two more young men have come forward claiming they also were molested by sandusky when they were children. in the grand jury's repo
.s. economy. >>> penn state sex abuse suspect jerry sandusky insists he is not a molester and his interest in kids has been misunderstood. >> i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls. >> hear more from his four-hour interview with "the new york times." >>> and this is the tiger woods that we haven't seen in two years. we'll see if sunday's dramatic win means that the old tiger is back. early this monday morning, december 5, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good monday morning, everyone. >> erica hill and chris wraggy are off this morning. kind of an ominous looking sky out there. coming up, the kennedy center honors on sunday. the president hosted a white house reception for this year's honorees. singer barbara cook and neal diamond, and multioscar winner meryl streep were all there. they had a big party at the kennedy center in washington. a lot of great performances, including, by the way, the sing along to "sweet caroline." and we'll have much more coming up. >> with caroline there. very good stuff. >> maybe we'll even sing. >> i don't know about that. but we begin with campaign 201
sexual abuse suspect jerry sandusky. on wednesday an unidentified man filed suit against him saying he is a victim as well. >> the man claims that sandusky molested him between 1992 and 1996. correspondent elaine quijano has more. >> reporter: in the first lawsuit filed against former penn state football coach jerry sandusky. identified only as john doe, said he was sexually abused more than 100 times over a four-year period. the alleged victim says sanduskened to hurt him and his family if he told anyone about the abuse. >> at that time, he was a promising athlete and sandusky spotted him and spotted his promise and began to groom him, and that is what predators do. >> reporter: the now 29-year-old claims he met sandusky through the second mile when he was just 10 years old. >> it's an opportunity to throw out a rope to some kids and if they grab ahold, they could become champions. >> reporter: investigators say he used the charity to prey on his victims. in addition to sandusky his foundation and penn state university have also been named as defendants in the suit. at a town hall mee
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